Enes Unal may have only just signed for Manchester City, but it would appear that the 18-year-old is set for a spell away from the Etihad.
According to an exclusive report from Turkish-football.com, the striker could be loaned out to a club in either Belgium or Holland next term.
Citing a source close to the Turkey international, the report suggests that the move is designed to help Unal enjoy more regular first team appearances.
More significantly still, there are issues surrounding his visa that could prohibit him from playing in the Premier League next term.
At present, Unal would need to gain special permission from the Football Association in order to play in the English top-flight in the upcoming campaign.
Previously with Bursapor, the 18-year-old joined Manchester City in a £2 million deal - as reported by the Guardian.
Capped for the first time by the full national side back in March of this year, Unal’s only appearance at that level to date came in a 2-1 friendly win over Luxembourg.
Prior to that, the striker had made appearances for Turkey at four different levels of youth international football.